I know that doing this:
foo 2>err.log > log
will capture the output to stderr and stdout.
I was just trying to redirect ALL the output to a single file. I thought this would work:
foo 2>&1 > log
But for some reason the stderr stuff was still being output to the console.
Luckily the top result in Google led me straight to the answer: To send all output to a file, use
foo &> log
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How am I supposed to comment when I have no idea what you’re talking about.
(oh wait, I just did it. All I have to do is complain.)
Keep up the good work, Andy.